The Book of Esther. In anticipation of Purim this week, we take a look at the story of Esther, Mordechai, Haman, and King Ahasuerus. The story of Esther has an incredibly controversial past due to the secular and explicit scenes, gruesome violence, and themes of farce humor. God is never mentioned directly or indirectly in the entire narrative, or is there a focus on religious elements? Join us as we take another look at this mysterious book and discover not only the presence of God but hidden parallels to the temple, Israel, and exile.
Mordechai plays a pivotal role in the story of Esther. Despite some flaws, Mordechai was the person that confronted Esther about the true reality that was set before her. Not the one she saw, where there was no hope, where she could not have any impact, or where she did not belong in the royal position. Mordechai confronted her on the reality that God is currently present, despite being unseen and she has been placed in a position to be an ambassador of His Kingdom. What can we learn from Mordechai?
How many times do we find ourselves in a place that we truly feel we are unqualified to be in? Struggling to "fake it til we make it", never having the confidence to fully embrace our environment? Join us as we look at what the Bible actually says about your circumstances and how to know God has placed you there for such a time as this.
Join us as we look into one of the most criticized books of the Bible, Esther. Filled with amazing literary patterns, twists, reversals, and irony, how can this book possibly…


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